NEET Dress Code 2020 by NTA - For Male and Female
NEET 2020 is going to be conducted on 13th September in offline mode all over the Country. NTA recently released a notification mentioning the dress code for the exam, items that are prohibited and safety guidelines keeping in mind the pandemic situation.
NEET Dress Code - NEET 2020 is going to be conducted on 13th September in offline mode all over the Country. NTA recently released a notification mentioning the dress code for the exam, items that are prohibited and safety guidelines keeping in mind the pandemic situation.
Below we have briefed you about the dress code you have to follow, documents that you should not forget to carry, items that are prohibited & covid safety measures that you should be aware of before going to the examination hall.
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NEET 2020 Dress Code Rules
- Candidates are asked to wear half sleeves t-shirt/shirt/kurtas/Kurtis
- Long sleeves & fancy clothing are not permitted.
- Candidates should avoid wearing clothes with big buttons, zips, fancy pockets, embroidery, frills,etc.
- Female students should avoid wearing accessories like earrings, nose pins,etc.
- Candidates should wear single layer of clothing,
- Shoes, heels, boots and any other covered footwear are not allowed. Students are advised to wear chappals/slippers to the exam hall.
- If candidates require to wear specific clothes as per religion/custom, they should reach the centre early for thorough checking.
Things not to carry in NEET examination hall
- Any printed/written material
- No stationary items like pencil box/pouch
- No electronic items like calculators, bluetooth, mobiles, fitness bands etc.
- Accessories such as bags, belts, caps, goggles, wallets, etc.
- No accessories like rings, nose pins etc.
Any candidate caught in possession of any disbarred items will get disqualified from the examination straight away.
Things to Carry to NEET Exam Hall - Points To Remember
- Candidates should report at the mentioned staggered time on admit card for safe entry to the exam hall.
- Candidates should carry NEET Admit Card, valid id proof and other documents for verification.
- Carry a transparent water bottle
Also, Check the changes in NEET Exam Centres 2020
COVID Guidelines & Safety Measures
- Candidates should reach the centre as per reporting time to avoid crowding at the exam centre.
- Candidates should follow the 6-feet rule at the exam centre all the time.
- Candidates should wear masks & carry personal small hand sanitizers (50ml).
- Follow the instructions given my invigilators all the time.
Students should once go through the official notice regarding the exam day guidelines released by NTA. We are attaching the official notification link below.
Take note of all the above mentioned points and focus on giving your best shot despite the unfavoured conditions. Practice giving mocks while wearing a mask to experience the exact exam conditions for better concentration in the exam hall. Stay safe and follow all the precautionary guidelines.